Grounded in utilitarian design codes, the Air Max 270 Vistascape features an upper constructed from overlapping panels of ripstop and textured leather. This is joined by webbing straps that run along the mid-panel and double as the eyestays, where you’ll also find the 3M-speckled rope-toggle lacing system sitting on top of the mesh tongue.
A webbing strap at the rear quarter is accompanied by an adjustable toggle so you can alter the way the shoe fits, while Air cushioning and React technology in the sole unit will ensure a stable, comfortable step every time.
Signature elements such as a mini-Swoosh on the rear-quarter and another on the eyestay, as well as Air branding gracing the tongue tab and heel clip, round off this murdered-out pair.
Take a look at the Nike Air Max 270 Vistascape in triple black above, and pick up a pair for yourself from stockists such as Aphrodite now, where the sneaker retails for $180.74 USD.
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